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1. You can use digital ocean or aws to deploy your server ,Inthis way people from around the world will be able see it.
2. My pi- I configured it for my 4year old daughter.
@rookiemaverick well ... i did the port forwarding from my router to make the server public. But i didn't want to have my pc on 24/7 so that's why i am thinking of buying a raspberry
I use mine as git-repository and nextcloud-host. Two things you can't put in the cloud if you dont trust them.
@ClearOFf be careful with port-forwardings. My pi gets hundreds of ssh-connections per day so be sure to protect everything you open up to the interner.
Its really not worth it exposing your network, you never know what you'll fuck up, just get a cheapo server from scaleway/digitalocean.
@ClearOFf perfect as long as you have static public IP handy. I suggested cloud because I thought you might end up with issue related to public IP. Seems it is all sorted out. Great use of pi.
deena12yThere are several numbers of node.js hosting companies available. Some of them are offering limited features and some give unlimited features it totally depends on your hosting company.
One of my close friends suggested to me about the DomainRacer. Because he had been using it for 3 years and was completely satisfied with it. So I went for the DomainRacer.
DomainRacer is the best for node.js servers and they are easily handling all things. And it is easily improves your business growth.
@deena not gonna lie, it sounds like your are not just recommending but advertising them ahah.
But I`ll check it out
I recently got into nodejs .. set up a server...
I wanna know if is it worth it to buy a raspberry pi 3 to host my web server.. so i can show my projects to my friends or even clients.
If you have a raspberry pi.. what do you use it for? 🤔